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  1. openings
    Maialino Vet Chris McDade Brings ‘Hot Chicken’ Milanese to BrooklynPopina will specialize in southern and Italian, not Southern Italian.
  2. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Southern Restaurant in New YorkThe southern-food specialists for rich biscuits and gravy, crispy fried chicken, and tangy collard greens.
  3. Trends
    BLD’s Mariah Swan Shares A Recipe For Southern BiscuitsThe pastry chef recreates White Lily flour for a true taste of The South.
  4. Grub Guide
    Eight Great Options For Drinking During The Kentucky DerbyMint juleps, Hot Browns, and funny hats will rule at L.A. bars and restaurants this Saturday.
  5. Coming Soon
    Farid Zadi Expands on His Forthcoming Creole ConceptThe chef is working on a menu of New Orleans classics and a buffet of Southern comfort food.
  6. Coming Soon
    Farid Zadi Sets Sights on New Creole and Southern Concept in DowntownThe French chef says the “interesting thing is that Creole can be more old school French, than the French.”
  7. Reopenings
    Ragin Cajun Reopening in Hermosa Beach This MayOwner Stephen Domingue tells fans to expect “Bayou meets Chipotle” at his truncated revival.
  8. Coming Soon
    Dude Food and Coke Freestyle Coming to Abbot Kinney’s Belly UpPrepare for more pork belly as Taste on Melrose chef Paul Mojica is leading the Southern-slanted kitchen here.
  9. Coming Soon
    Delta Pride Fish Co. Bringing Southern Seafood to Howard Hughes CenterL.A.’s current trends of Southern cuisine and regional seafood are coming together in a casual environment.
  10. Openings
    What to Eat at Govind Armstrong’s Willie Jane, Now Open on Abbot KinneyThe Southern restaurant brings a slice of Post & Beam to the Westside.
  11. Openings
    Spoonful Slings Southern Eats to Studio CityWell, kiss our grits.
  12. The Other Critics
    Gold Shines Another Spotlight on Kang Ho-dong Baekjong; Rodell Rebel Yells atThe L.A. Weekly critic calls Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo L.A.’s most successful Southern-influenced chefs.
  13. Closings
    Eagle Rock Is Losing Larkin’sThe chef is heading to New Orleans after two more weeks of business.
  14. Soul Power
    The State of L.A.’s Soul FoodPost & Beam offers a healthier take on some of the flavors found at classics like M&M’s and Adolf Dulan’s mini-empire.
  15. Menus
    Wood & Vine Takes On Chicken & Waffles For Southern SundaysIf Southern chef Brandon Bouet can do UK food, it’s only fair that British Gavin Mills do down-home cuisine.
  16. Blehtacular
    Pulled Pork Sundaes Hit Lucques This SundayThis Southern cult classic will be part of Suzanne Goin’s one-night Tennessee-inspired menu.
  17. Video Feeds
    Watch Sean Brock Boost South Carolina’s Down-Home Locavore MovementThe chef takes ample inspiration from Glenn Roberts who grows his own grits and grain.
  18. Chef Shuffle
    Lowcountry Unveils a New Toque and New MenuThe Southern specialist has added dishes like baby back ribs with pimento cheese.
  19. Look Who’s Popping Up
    Joe’s and Axe Chefs Team Up to Open Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing on Abbot KinneyBut first the two are popping up this week with a temporary version.
  20. Openings
    More Macaroni and Cheese With Sadie’s Kitchen, Opening Monday in CobbleSouthern foods to take out or eat in.
  21. Coming Soon
    Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill Putting Its Boots Down In Rancho CucamongaBe afraid, Southern California, be very afraid. And not just of the fried bologna sandwiches.
  22. Strip Search
    Strip Search: Pigging Out on Pico, Mid-CityThree restaurant suggestions to fill your stomach beyond all points comfortable with hybrid, hot dogs, chicken and waffles, and 99-cent neck bones.
  23. Truckin’
    Food Truck With a TwangMeet the Chuck Wagon, which plays Kenny Chesney, just in case food trucks weren’t already wearing out their welcome.
  24. Menus
    What to Drink at Rambutan’s New Beer BarOnly in L.A. would there be a Thai restaurant with some sort of South Dakota sticks-theme and a menu of Southern food.
  25. Menus
    First Look at First & Hope’s New MenuJoseph Panarello plays down the Southern tricks, but doesn’t forget the restaurant’s roots.
  26. Menus
    Angel’s: Another Supper Club Menu Goes South For the WinterWhile First & Hope might be ditching some of the Southern theatrics, Angel’s comes out with a menu of hush puppies, mac and cheese, and fried chicken, designed by chef Gena Bell.
  27. Menus
    Tony DiSalvo Refreshes ‘Savor Sundays’ at WhistThe chef plans menus around everything from Oktoberfest with homemade beer to Chinese takeout for the holidays.
  28. Interviews
    Charlie McKenna Makes High Tech Lowdown ‘QCharlie McKenna talks about the Southern food at Lillie’s Q.
  29. Openings
    Texas Barbecue Pops Up at Trophy Bar TonightSmoked brisket and Meyer sausages straight from Texas.
  30. The Happiest Hours on Earth
    T.V. Dinners, Picnics, and Fondue Turn Upscale at First & HopeElaborate, themed happy hours arrive at First & Hope.
  31. Dueling Recipes
    Ludo Lefebvre and Eric Greenspan to Duel Fried Chicken RecipesThe Foundry on Melrose will welcome the LudoBites chef for one night to celebrate Southern roots.
  32. Previews
    Debbie Lee Previews New L.A. Restaurant at BreadBarA Next Food Network Star brings her food and puns to Hollywood.
  33. Openings
    Healthy Soul Food Hits FontanaFreddie Mae Fort uses recipes from over 300 years of family tradition.
  34. Openings
    What to Eat at The Southern, Taking Over Chaise Lounge Next TuesdayChaise Lounge closes to turn into The Southern, a showpiece for chef Cary Taylor.
  35. What to Eat
    Three’s a Trend: Pimento-Cheese BurgersIs the southern specialty finally becoming popular ‘round these parts?
  36. What to Eat
    Anson Mills Gets CornyTom Colicchio brings news of a corn revival.
  37. Brunch
    Bring Your Bedhead to the RedheadMeg Grace’s Southern gastropub has finally launched brunch.
  38. Foodievents
    Where to Eat at Taste of Soul, Tomorrow on CrenshawWhat to eat at The Taste of Soul Festival on Crenshaw tomorrow.
  39. Brunch
    Brooklyn Star Gets Beer, Starts Biscuity BrunchThere will even be — yes! — fried chicken.
  40. Openings
    Bed-Stuy Gets a Chicken and Waffles Spot That Doesn’t Stop ThereOrchid Café will serve sweet-potato biscuits and more.
  41. Foodievents
    Carmellini Is Getting His Chickens in a RowLocanda Verde’s fried-chicken dinner series will be a veritable hoedown.
  42. Menus
    Next Food Network Star’s Debbie Lee Bringing ‘Seoul-ful’ Menu toDebbie Lee from Food Network’s Next Star is back with her own menu to please L.A.’s fusion needs.
  43. Slideshow
    First Look at Cowgirl Sea-horse, Now Serving Fish Tacos and Beach BasketsThe Lucy Browne’s po’ boy isn’t the only one that was added to the city’s dining landscape this week.
  44. Openings
    Nawlins Invasion: Lucy Browne’s Opens, Two Boots Serves Beignet Ice CreamSteak Frites has undergone its transformation into a “wholesome American eatery.” Here’s what’s on the menu.
  45. What to Eat
    Ted Lee: Dr Pepper Ribs Are Highbrow BrilliantPlus, Ryan Skeen clarifies his stance on the ribs.
  46. The New York Diet
    Lee Brothers Reinforce Delicious Southern-Food Stereotypes“We had a group of about eight or ten, so we did a big pot of grits from North Carolina with some half-and-half and a block of cheese mixed in, cheese grits.”
  47. What to Eat
    Today in Fried Chicken (and Waffles!): Café Shane, Lee Brothers, and HogA look at Hog Pit’s new brunch menu, and more.